Scott Robinson set for East Fife return against struggling Stenhousemuir
East Fife have Scott Robinson back in their ranks to face visitors Stenhousemuir after injury.
However, Chris Duggan remains out with a hamstring problem and player-manager Gary Naysmith has told his side their attitude needs to be spot-on.
"We have done well to take seven points from our games against Airdrie, Stranraer and Livingston," the former Everton defender said.
"We were the underdogs in those games but this one will be different as we will be expected to go out and win because Stenhousemuir are bottom of the table.
"They are a better side than that and we need to have the correct mindset or we will struggle."
Stenhousemuir look set to be without Stephen Stirling through illness as well as Jim Paterson, who has a back injury.
However, Ciaran Summers and Jack Smith return after knocks and manager Brown Ferguson is looking for his bottom-of-the-table side to produce a spirited display.
"We were two goals down to the league leaders last weekend but came back to get a draw," he said. "We may not have opened the season with a good run of results but the players are giving everything that they have.
"We will need that approach again at Bayview as East Fife are a strong side."